Is Desiree Perez is among the few individuals that have made it as professionals in the music industry. She is said to have made it to the top through her close relationship with Jay Z, a star at Roc Music. She has been a key associate to some of the major celebrities in the music industries not limited to Rihanna and Shakira among others.
Their relationship does not only trace back to when holding the executive officer position in the Music industry but it has been long for about 20 years now. Perez relationship with celebrities is believed to have helped him a lot in imparting skills in her more so on how to run the SC enterprise.
Before she won the position of a chief operating officer, Perez worked in a close relation with Jay Z. The two always had a close relationship with the executive officers of the Universal Music Group to the extent of even meeting to deliberate on the fate and success of the music industry.
In one of their meeting, there were speculations that a key part of their discussion was how the Group would buy a stake in Roc Nation. If this bid is in a way true or goes by, Desiree Perez and Jay Z are expected to have made it in the Roc industry. The move is said to help them in sourcing resources to help them nurture new artists into their streaming services.
In her current position, Desiree Perez is an executive in the Roc Nation as a chief operating Officer. As a member of the group, some of her major responsibilities include publishing, managing and labeling the group’s operations. Still while at the position as an executive officer, she made major developments including being part of the Samsung deal talks with Rihanna. Apart from this deal, she was also involved in the negotiation of a Formation Stadium whose success today has been accomplished.
James Dondero is the co-founder and President of Highland Capital Management, L.P. It has been announced that he has been named by Southern Methodist University to their Executive Board for the Cox School of Business. The relationship between Highland Capital and Southern Methodist University has grown strong over the years; Highland Capital created and endowed the university’s Highland Capital Management Tower Scholars program. This program teaches students who are pursuing public policy as a career. Highland Capital Management also financially supports the George W. Bush Presidential Libary and Museum.
When his naming to the board was announced, James Dondero said that The Cox School graduates a great many students who go on to contribute to the Dallas business community. He added that he felt honored to contribute to the Cox School’s mission.The Cox School Executive Board is made up of 100 members and they each contribute to the strategy of the school. The board meets one time each in the spring, winter, and fall.James Dondero has a number of other positions in the Dallas business community. He is also the Chairman of Cornerstone Health, CCS Medical, NexBank, and NexPoint Residential Trust. Additionally, he is a board member of Jernigan Capital and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
Mr. Dondero is a graduate of the University of Virgina-McIntire School of Commerce where he majored in both accounting and finance. He has also earned the financial designations of Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Management Accountant. He began his professional career in 1984 at Morgan Guaranty. In 1985, he joined American Express where he was a Portfolio Manager and Corporate Bond Analyst. He also worked at Protective Life and was instrumental in creating their GIC subsidiary.Along with Mark Okada, James Dondero co-founded Highland Capital Management in 1991. He now specializes in alternative investments such as high-yield corporate bonds and distressed investing. He also packages and sells other alternative investment assets such as hedge funds, funds of funds, private equity funds, institutional separate accounts, and REITs. As President of Highland Capital Management, he oversees day-to-day operations as well as sets the overall corporate strategy of the firm. Read full article : http://www.barrons.com/articles/making-bold-bets-on-alternative-investmentsand-winning-1490423757
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